LEARN TO ROW

IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES & DATES

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STUDENT INTEREST MEETING

Wednesday, September 8th

3:30pm in the Cafeteria

Come learn more about the sport of rowing and what it takes to join the 

McLean Crew Club

If you are interested in learning more about joining McLean Crew, please fill out an INTEREST FORM

Swimming Pool

MANDATORY SWIM TEST

When: Sunday, September 12th from 4:00-6:00pm, OR Thursday, September 16th from 7:00-9:00pm

Where: Spring Hill Recreation Center

1239 Spring Hill Rd, McLean, VA 22102

Sign up for the test below when Learn to Row registration opens up on 9/9 at 9pm!

All rowers must pass a Swim Test to demonstrate their ability to swim 100 meters, tread water, and put on a life jacket while wearing a long-sleeve t-shirt and long pants. Swimmers should wear lightweight, synthetic exercise clothing, NOT thick, heavy cotton clothing.

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PARENT INTEREST MEETING

Thursday, September 9th

7:30pm in the Lecture Hall

Parent of students interested in rowing, come learn more about the

McLean Crew Club

and its  membership requirements

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LEARN TO ROW SESSIONS

When: Session 1 = Fri/Sat, Sept 17-18,

Fri 4-7pm, Sat 10am-1pm

Session 2 = Tues/Wed/Thurs, Sept 21-23,

4:00-6:00pm each day

Session 3 = Fri/Sat, Sept, 24-25, 

Fri 4-7pm, Sat 10am-1pm

Where: Thompson Boat Center (TBC)

2900 Virginia Ave NW,

Washington DC 20037

Cost: $75

Sign up for your preferred session and pay the fee below when Learn to Row registration opens on 9/9 at 9pm!

LEARN TO ROW REGISTRATION

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REQUIREMENTS
To participate in McLean Crew Club’s Learn-to-Row program you must complete the five-step registration process at the bottom of this message, which includes passing a swim test and watching a safety video. 

 

Please return to this page to click each of the buttons to complete the following steps. Before you begin, please watch the video to learn how to electronically sign these documents.

US Rowing Safety Video

All rowers must watch this video to the 27:20 mark.  The rest of the video is unnecessary, as it pertains to coaches driving motor boats.